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Special Speaker: ALAN Ross Esquire

JUNE 14, 2023

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM EST


In-House at TiedIn Studio

371 S Oyster Bay Rd, Plainview, NY 11803

Requirements For NYS Licensed Real Estate Salespersons, Brokers, And Realtors

Education requirements for license renewal have changed. Real estate licensees whose licenses expire before July 1, 2021, must complete at least 22.5 hours of continuing education (CE) credit including three hours of fair housing and one hour of agency (two hours if you’re in your first license cycle). REALTORS® must also take an approved Code of Ethics course every three years. All licensees whose licenses expire on or after July 1, 2021, are required to take 22.5 hours of CE credit including three hours of fair housing, one hour of agency (two hours in the first license cycle), two and a half hours of ethical business practices (includes NAR Code of Ethics training) and one hour of recent legal matters (may include statutes, laws, regulations, rules, codes, DOS opinions and decisions, and court decisions). Brokers who were previously exempt from earning CE credit will no longer be exempt when they renew their licenses after July 1, 2021.

This course satisfies the Fair Housing requirement.

What you will learn

About Our Special Speaker:


Alan Ross is a seasoned attorney with a wealth of experience spanning several decades. Since his admission to the bar in 1971, he has operated as a sole practitioner and has found immense satisfaction in his chosen path. Throughout his illustrious career, Ross has primarily focused on real estate, wills, probate, administration, and trusts, establishing himself as a proficient practitioner in these fields. In the early stages of his profession, Ross represented numerous clients involved in car accident cases, adeptly negotiating settlements with insurance companies on their behalf. He also honed his skills in litigation, divorce proceedings, workers' compensation, appeals, legal research, traffic matters, contracts, leases, business law, corporate structure, and facilitating the purchase and sale of businesses. Additionally, Ross assisted clients in establishing their business entities, such as corporations or LLCs, and skillfully negotiated leases with landlords. His expertise extended to advocating for landlords in lease agreements with new tenants. Beyond his real estate focus, Ross played a pivotal role in preparing and negotiating a multitude of contracts across various industries. As a licensed attorney in Florida, he provided invaluable assistance to clients who sold their properties in New York and relocated to the Sunshine State. Ross's extensive experience also encompasses acting as a bank attorney, endowing him with crucial insights into the expectations and requirements of lenders when considering prospective purchasers. Consequently, his clients benefit from his comprehensive understanding of this process, as he expertly guides them through each step. Given his multifaceted career, Ross has had the privilege of assisting countless clients with an array of legal matters, demonstrating his

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